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  • a rubber covering, typically inflated or surrounding an inflated inner tube, placed around a wheel to form a flexible contact with the road
  • feel or cause to feel in need of rest or sleep
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tyre tread

As the only part of a car actually in contact with the road, the tyre is the single most important item when it comes to controlling the vehicle’s behaviour.

Instead of an inner tube the tyre has a rubber lining and the pressure of the beading against the rim of the wheel is claimed to give a seal which is proof against any escape of air.

Bonniconlon at this stage began to tire and with the Belmullet midfield and half back line in top form Belmullet ran out winners.

The voice was tired and bored, but not impolite.

As the visitors began to tire Mark Triffitt and Mark Crangle scored to give Osbaldwick a valuable 4-2 win.

And Road Traffic Accident statistics show that 86% of tyres are not properly inflated.

I skipped entire chapters, reading slices of sections until I tire of the plot.

As the players tired, spaces began to open up and there was finally some sense that chances could happen.

By the end of the third debate, his nine or 10 stock points had begun to lose their shine, and he began to appear like a weary salesman, tiring both himself and his audience with his spiel.

There’s nothing to indicate he’s lost stride or that he’s tired or bored of his schtick.

In situations where you would expect understeer on street tyres , the sticky rubber endows the front end with amazing grip.

One problem the team had to overcome was that zinc oxide, which is an essential component of the tires , disrupts the coupling process.

While you cannot constantly watch over your drivers, you can reduce the risk of them taking to the roads on unsafe tyres by employing a tyre-fitting service.

But all writer-actors say that until they tire of spending days alone with a computer.

soon the ascent grew steeper and he began to tire

I do think that the problem with the road tires was primarily the high pressure.

Nottingham, however, proved unable to match Oxford’s stamina, and, as they began to tire , Oxford piled on the pressure.

Road tires stick better in corners, roll more effortlessly and don’t make that knobby buzz.

The teachers have an important role in the protection of children, but they too live in the same difficult, tiring and often very frightening or humiliating situation.

Make sure that that the tires are properly inflated to avoid misfortunes on the road.

The BBC never tires of telling us how passionately it seeks the interest and participation of the public in its political output, particularly the young.

The derailed train cars were carrying tires and mixed merchandise.

Rusedski, still feeling the effects of more than three hours work on Friday, began to tire in the third and fourth sets while Murray took his time to get going.

It’s been a long and tiring weekend - did music for about 16 hours so far since Friday - but here are a few great links to keep you occupied.

Pushing is more tiring than any of the workouts I did during pregnancy.

Remarkably it also offered no wheel spin on violent acceleration, although it would be a different matter in the wet with the road legal track tyres fitted.

Nevertheless, bear in mind that before you run your motorcycles, tires must be properly inflated.

By the time you’re up to 100 mph it’s like you have a baby elephant sitting on the roof, pressing the tyres into the road.

Each breath seems belabored and more tiring than beneficial.